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There is widespread concern that deviant sexual fantasies promote corresponding behaviors. The authors investigated whether that concern is valid in nonoffender samples. Self-reports of nine deviant… (More)
Much of the research on prostitution to date has focused on the risks of working on the streets. However, no research has described the recruitment process for street prostitution. This exploratory… (More)
We hypothesized that a prior history of a major depressive disorder would not compromise the efficacy of percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA), a coronary revascularization procedure,… (More)
Offenders often claim to have committed their crimes in a dissociative state and some allege amnesia for their criminal actions. Although much research has examined dissociative and related… (More)
ABSTRACT An intriguing aspect of cognition is the perspective one takes when perceiving and/or remembering an event (i.e., field vs. observer perspectives/memories). Although explored from a… (More)
Given their particular constellation of interpersonal, affective, lifestyle, and antisocial features, we hypothesized that psychopaths would be more likely than other offenders to unlawfully confine… (More)
AbstractIncarcerated offenders are more likely to experience Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and associated symptoms than the general population. PTSD may develop from a variety of events, inc...